A handout video-grabbed still image from a video made available by UK parliament's parliamentary recording unit shows British Leader of the Opposition and Leader of the Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn (L) and Labour Party's Deputy Leader MP Tom Watson reacting after Prime Minister Theresa May won the vote of no confidence in the House of Commons in London, Britain, 16 January 2019. Britain's Prime Minister May faced a confidence vote in parliament after she lost the The Meaningful Vote parliamentary vote on the EU withdrawal agreement on 15 January. EPA-EFE/PARLIAMENTARY RECORDING UNIT HANDOUT MANDATORY CREDIT: PARLIAMENTARY RECORDING UNIT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES
The opinion poll, carried out by Survation, put support for the Conservatives on 42%, compared to 28% for Labour. The pro-European Union Liberal Democrats were on 13% and the Brexit Party was on 5%.
It did not give changes in levels of support as this was the first in the poll series.
Survation surveyed 1,010 adults by telephone between Nov. 14 and 16. (Reporting by Kylie MacLellan. Editing by Jane Merriman)